International Cricket Council (ICC) has recently suspended Muhammad Hafeez due to his bowler action which was found to be illegal through an independent assessment.
The off-spinner has been suspended from knocking down some pins in global cricket with quick impact.
As indicated by the evaluation, the dominant part of Hafeez’s conveyances had surpassed the 15 degrees level of resistance which is allowed under directions.
The universal suspension forced on Hafeez will be material and implemented by all National Cricket Federations for household cricket occasions played in their own purview as per Article 11.1 of the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations.
Notwithstanding, he will be allowed to bowl in residential cricket with the assent of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as indicated by Article 11.5 of the Regulations.
Mohammad Hafeez experienced an evaluation on 1st November in England after his knocking down some pins activity was accounted for amid the third One-Day International against Sri Lanka on October 18.
Hafeez can apply for a re-evaluation in the wake of adjusting his knocking down some pins activity as per condition 4.5 of the Regulations.
Saddened to know the result of my bowling action from ICC , it would never pull me down , wil never give up , worked so hard to remodelled it & wil work again twice harder to get better to serve my beloved country Pakistan ?? & Achieve MORE #NO1allrounder
— Mohammad Hafeez (@MHafeez22) November 16, 2017